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Hello Gumby community! It’s a sad day, but Digital Surgeons has decided to retire Gumby Framework in order to focus our efforts on making other awesome things for the web. 

Thank you so much for all of the years of loyalty and contribution, without you guys Gumby would not have been the same.

The framework as it currently stands is not going anywhere and can still be found on GitHub ( and installed with Bower ( 

We are very much open to handing the repository off to members of the community that are dedicated to moving it forward. If you are interested in inheriting the framework then please get in touch! (

While we very much enjoyed building the framework and seeing some of the amazing things you have built, we want to focus our attention in other areas and build smaller more modular components that can be used in conjunction with larger UI frameworks the web has to offer. 

Toggles & Switches ( is the first of these. Abstracted, updated and drastically improved, the new Toggles & Switches is super powerful and can be integrated into the framework or toolset of your choice.

Thank you again and we hope to collaborate with you all on future projects!

10 guidelines for Christian living

1. Read your Bible daily. Do not be content to skim through a chapter merely to satisfy your conscience. Hide the Word of God in your heart. It comforts, guides, corrects, encourages – all we need is there.
2. Learn the secret of prayer. Prayer is communicating. Every prayer that you pray will be answered. Sometimes that answer may be “yes” and sometimes “no,” and sometimes it is “wait,” but nevertheless it will be answered.
3. Rely constantly on the Holy Spirit. We know that the Holy Spirit prays for us (Romans 8), and what a comfort that should be to the weakest of us. Stand aside and let Him take over all the choices and decisions of your life.
4. Attend church regularly. The visible church is Christ’s organization upon earth. Christians need one another, we need to gather together to worship God and nothing can take the place of church attendance.
5. Be a witnessing Christian. We witness in two ways: by life and by word – and the two, where possible, should go hand in hand.
6. Let love be the ruling principle of your life. Jesus said to those who followed Him, “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another” (John 13:35). The greatest demonstration of the fact that we are Christians is that we love one another.
7. Be an obedient Christian. Let Christ have first place in all the choices of your life.
8. Learn how to meet temptation. Temptation in itself is not sin. Taking negative pleasure in thoughts is sin. Let Christ through the Holy Spirit do the fighting for you.
9. Be a wholesome Christian. Our lives and appearance should commend the Gospel and make it attractive to others.
10. Live above your circumstances. Don’t let your circumstances get you down. Learn to live graciously within them, realizing the Lord is with you.

Hello Gumby,Please I am trying to create a plugin for a restful API Web-service,how can i achieve that please,no idea is too small

I'm trying to use vertical tabs, but it doesnt show up new tabs when I click on them.
I've already imported  both gumby.min.js and gumby.tabs.js and still it doesnt work.

Hi admin and all readers 
can yo help me im newbie i would love to try gumby framework for my portfolio and also to find  a job

now my problem is i dont know how to start is there a video tut that well explain?

Hello Gumby! I am facing an issue in a website when I run an accessibility testing tool. For example when i use <i class="icon-note"></i> the accessibility tool reader sees <i> as italic and it cannot pass the testing criteria. Any ideas on how i can fix this?

Kind regards,

I got a job now :) and I need to take this web app that we sell and make it responsive. Can I use Gumby for this? Where is the info on this? 

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oh gumby 

thanks for all day 
 time to move to another css framework :D 

It looks like the gumby website is down (most likely permanently?). Where are your users supposed to go to get documentation going forward?  I understand stopping maintenance on something, but that was a pretty heavy handed approach.
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